Paris – October 13, 2011 – Momac, a leading provider of mobile solutions, recently announced that its Chief Marketing Office Olivier Milcent will participate in a flagship debate panel on the future of news on tablets. “The Tablet Revolution” panel will focus on how news organisations are looking to tablets as a main format for the delivery of content to new audiences.
Organised as part of the very selective News Xchange 2011 event (http://www.newsxchange.org) on Friday 4 November in Cascais, Portugal, the “Tablet Revolution” panel will include executives from CNN International, The FLUD App, Sky News and the New York Times.
“News and media companies have different options in how they incorporate mobile devices into their content diffusion,” says Milcent. “Momac will bring its experience on device and technology strategy, integration with social media, user experience and business models.”
News Xchange is a provocative and insightful event that gathers leaders in the news industry to connect, collaborate, challenge and create. Like every year, the 2011 News Xchange will explore what news is about in the world today, what news should be about in best practices and what news will be about in the future.
Senior executives from around the world will come together at News Xchange to discuss and debate, network, connect and share their respective experiences.
Momac is a leading mobile technology provider dedicated to helping Communication Service Providers (CSP) and operators improve their customer relationships through mobile interfaces such as mobile portals and apps.
With a comprehensive set of cloud-based tools and services, Momac enables operators to transform their traditional portals into consumer-centric mobile interfaces, improving customer experience management and marketing operations on mobile devices. Clients include Vodafone, Telefonica, Orange, Three, KPN, T-Mobile, MSN, and others.
As an international company, Momac has offices in Rotterdam, London, Paris and Miami and commercially serves more than 27 countries.
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